In their car, some types of repairs can be carried out even by newcomers for newcomers. One of them includes the replacement of spark plugs, replacement of the generator belt or tinting with your own hands. Today, we want to talk about an independent replacement of candles.
Although, in some cars this procedure can be problematic and it is advisable to provide it with specialists. But in our article, we will only consider such cars in which there is no need to disassemble half the vehicle to replace the candles. And most of these cars. In this article, we will tell you how to replace, without dangerous consequences for your car. Replacement is quite simple and does not require a significant amount of time.
First, disconnect the high -voltage wires. Then with the help of a candle key and begin to unscrew the candles. However, it is worth being careful here. The motor has dust and dirt, which in no case should get into the engine. If you think that a couple of grains of sand do not hurt your engine, then you are mistaken. After all, you will replace candles more than once. With each replacement, a little dirt will fall and, in the end, this will lead to its accumulation and the formation of scratches on the walls of the cylinders and the emergence of other negative consequences.
This will inevitably entail a number of problems requiring thorough repairs, for example, reducing compression in the engine, increasing the consumption of motor oil. To avoid such consequences, we strongly advise you to clean the surface from dust and dirt, before twisting candles. For this, a high -pressure compressor is ideal for you. With it, you, you, a stream of air, clean the surface around the candles. Also a tire compressor is suitable. If you do not have such equipment, then use the brush and just sweep away all the dust. Carefully cleanse the wells of candles.
For experienced motorists, there is another method of getting rid of sand and other extraneous objects. All you need is a rubber hose, with an external diameter of 26 mm, and the internal 18mm. Next, cut off pieces from it, 5-7 mm wide, and then put on the base of the candles. We plunge candles with rubber rings made by your own hand in place in place. So you protect the candle wells from the entry of dirt, sand, and other objects into the engine and, thereby, save yourself from possible future troubles.